Meredith (opening voiceover): As babies, we were easy. One cry meant you were hungry, another you were tired. It's only as adults that we become difficult. They start to hire feelings, put up walls. It gets to the point where we don't really know what anyone thinks or feels. Without meaning to, we become masters of disguise.
Arizona (kisses Callie's cheek): Wake up, pretty lady.
Callie: Mmm. Morning.
Mark (walks in): It's gonna be a great morning. We made you eggs Bendict.
Callie: Where's Sofia?
Arizona: Napping. Ooh, try the eggs. The bacon is jalapeno infused.
Mark: Tomorrow we're making short ribs infused with cabrinet.
Callie: I just want coffee infused with cream.
Arizona: Yeah, but just try the holindaze.
Callie: I have to get ready, I have a big surgery.
Arizona: Yeah, but just try. (feeds Callie some)
Bailey: Kepner, it is preciously challenges like this that I hand picked you for this trial.
April: You hand picked me because Cristina, Alex and Jackson all said no.
Bailey: And because you go above and beyond. You solve problems like no one else can. Come on, say it with me now 'I solve problems like...
April: ... no one else can.'
Bailey: Now come on, let's get to work.
Callie: I should be grateful that they're getting along, right? I'm not, though. All they do is cook together and talk about food and watch shows where other people talk about food. (Cristina phone goes off, Callie takes it from her)
Cristina: Oh, don't read that.
Callie (reading the text): 'I'll bend you over the conference room table and...' Oh! Okay! Why did you let me read that?
Cristina: My husband can't get enough of me. Jealous?
Callie: Yes, actually. Arizona and I haven't had much alone time, lately. So, instead we eat.
Cristina: Oh, that's depressing.
Cristina: Hey, Karev, trade with me. I mean, you need a good outcome and I'm just doing a stupid neck surgery with Callie.
Alex: There's no such thing as a stupid neck surgery. You're just afraid of tanking your winning so now you want back on the easy train. Not happening.
Teddy (walks up): What easy train?
Cristina: Uh, that's what Dr. Karev calls your service.
Alex: Because your patient's never die. It's a compliment.
Teddy: Oh, it has nothing to do with the fact that you're piling up bad outcomes?
Alex: They were dud patients.
Teddy: Oh, I'm sure.
April: Alex, I need you to cover the E.R tonight.
April: It's the E.R., people will die if we're not there.
Alex: Which will be your fault, not mine.
April: Alex, please, can't you just be a person for a second?
Alex: See? This is why you don't deserve this job. You're bad at it. You get all stressed out and frantic and nobody wants to listen to you. You have no authority and your voice, it gets (imitating her) all high and nasally like this when you're nervous. It's annoying. (normal voice) You're annoying. So, no, I can't be a person for a second. Deal with your own crap.
Arizona: My surgery got pushed. I can't pick up the short rib.
Mark: The butcher closes at six, right?
Arizona: Oh, we could roast a chicken.
Callie: Could we please shut up about dinner? Please.
Arizona: Oh, sorry.
Meredith (closing voiceover): It's not always easy to speak your mind, sometimes you need to be forced to do it. Sometimes, it's better to just keep things to yourself, play dumb, even when your whole body is aching to come clean. So you shut your mouth, keep your secret, and find other ways to keep yourself happy.